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Maytag Stack Laundry LSE9904ACE - Washer and Dryer Will Not Start

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Maytag Stack Laundry LSE9904ACE Washer and Dryer Will Not Start

It's looks like the washer is giving a 1E error (is it an error code?)

I was able to start the washer once, started to fill then had manually shut valves off at the wall as it was going no stop filling. After I unplugged the unit the valves shut themselves off so the valve is not bad.

The dryer will not start on any heated cycles - it makes an attempt to start - like a thump thump - however the non heat cycle start the dryer just fine.

This unit looks old and has a pretty sophisticated wiring system....hoping there is help out there

Many thanks!

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... dryer will not start on any heated cycles - it makes an attempt to start - like a thump thump - however the non heat cycle start the dryer just fine.

doesn't make much sense, unless the Neutral line is disconnected

or L1, L2, and Neutral isn't wired right

120v, 120v, 240v

... has this machine worked OK up till now at this location ?

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From an older post by Maytag master, Trying to help:

The board is looking for first an open circuit and then a closed. You can verify the wires up to the board are good by jumping the two wires at the switch and having all the board connectors on. If the circuit is good, running it like this should produce a 1E which indicates shorted lid lock circuit. If you do, then you know the wires in the circuit all the way up to the board through all the connectors has to be good because it is reading the closed circuit.

Part number: AP4026767

Part number: AP4026767

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